WATCH: Australia Zoo tigers tuck into Christmas presents!

AUSTRALIA Zoo's most loveable twin Sumatran Tigers Hunter and Clarence wasted no time unwrapping their Christmas presents this year.

Bits of wrapping paper flew everywhere as cheeky rascals Hunter and Clarence tucked in. 

But like most kids they made short work of the actual presents and played with the box instead.

Hunter and Clarence were born at the zoo in 2013. There are less than 500 Sumatran tigers left in the wild.

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